BALTIMORE - Six people were taken to area hospitals, and one taken to Shock Trauma after an MTA bus jumped the curb and hit a shelter on Thursday morning.
According to Terry Owens, spokesperson for the Maryland Transit Administration, the driver pulled into a loop at Reisterstown and Liberty Road for a shift change.
As the driver was walking to the rear of the bus to conduct a routine bus examination, the vehicle began to move.
The bus continued rolling over the curb and into a shelter.
As a result, six people were transported to area hospitals with non-life threatening injures.
One person was transported to Shock Trauma after their leg was pinned against the bus during the accident.
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